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Pokemon Quest has been out for just over half a year. It’s easy to forget, but there’s a mobile version in addition to the Switch release. Sensor Tower is taking a closer look at the mobile side of things today to see how it’s performed.

Since launching last June, Pokemon Quest has seen 10 million installs globally. It has also generated roughly $9.5 million on the App Store and Google Play.

The latest and 10th Fishing Tourney is now live in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

This time around, the event is taking place in Lost Lure Creek, and will again require players to catch as many tourney fish as they can. These can then be exchanged for in-game trophies and prizes. The necessary fish types are pond smelt, dace, and salmon.

The event is set to last until January 29th, with players able to redeem for rewards until January 30th. Images for the event can be viewed below.

Cygames has announced that a period of forced maintenance will take place for Dragalia Lost on January 28th, but a gift is being given to players in exchange.

According to the developer, the downtime is taking place in order to adjust the specifications for both getherwings and summons. Players just starting up the game for the first time will now be guaranteed a 5-star adventurer summon in their first set.

Current players of the mobile title will also receive a free 5-star summon voucher, as long as they have already performed their first summon.

The full maintenance notes can be viewed below.

Ahead of Fire Emblem Heroes’ second anniversary, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are hosting the third Choose Your Legends event. Fans can place their votes to determine the game’s top characters. The two top male Heroes and top two female Heroes will appear in Fire Emblem Heroes next year with special outfits. As an added bonus, My Nintendo members can earn 100 Platinum Points.

Voting is now open here. This will run through the next week.

Although most details are still unknown, the 11th Tempest Trials+ event for Fire Emblem Heroes has been confirmed to begin on January 26th and will feature the new special unit Camilla: Steamy Secrets.

Earlier tonight, the next themed summoning event was confirmed for the mobile title, named “Hostile Springs”. It is believed that the latest Camilla unit will follow this theme of characters as they appear in hot springs-esque attire.

The event is set to last until February 5th. More details will be shared when they are known.


A new summoning event is on the way to Fire Emblem Heroes, titled “Hostile Springs”. Ryoma, Sakura, Elise, and Hinoka will be featured. As usual, there will also be a Paralogue Story.

Fire Emblem Heroes – Hostile Springs begins on January 23. We have a trailer for the event below.

Fire Emblem Heroes has kicked off its latest summoning event. Summoning Focus: New Power is live, giving players an opportunity to obtain four Heroes who have gained new skills as 5-star units. Tome of Thoron is available as a new weapon skill plus new weapons to refine: Tyrfing, Naga, and Divine Naga.

Summoning Focus: New Power will be up in Fire Emblem Heroes until February 1.

The latest Grand Conquest battle has started in Fire Emblem Heroes. As always, the battle consists of three rounds, each of which lasts two days. This time, the battle takes place in Magvel, the setting of Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. The three army leaders are Lyon (red), Ephraim (green) and Innes (blue).

The Loads of Coins event has returned in Super Mario Run and is now live.

Until February 1st, players will be able to earn 1.5 times the usual amount of coins from Toad Rally. Losing will net the usual amount of coins, however.


Pokemon GO is doing better than ever. After a rocky launch, the game has seen an increase in player engagement as well as consistent revenue. It also helped inspire one of Switch’s first Pokemon entries, Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee.

Speaking with Business Insider, Niantic CEO John Hanke noted that Nintendo and The Pokemon Company are very pleased with Pokemon GO as well as Pokemon: Let’s Go. Apparently the two sides are looking for more “synergies” between the mobile release and the core franchise. “We’ve benefited in a lot of ways,” Hanke said.

In 2018, Pokemon GO managed to receive a “regular pace of updates.” Hanke mentioned that this will continue in 2019.